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Human trafficking: Stop the demand Forum raises awareness of underage prostitution BY ANDY HOBBS editor@federalwaymirror.com

The key to stopping forced labor and sex slavery — also known as human trafficking — is to stop demand.

The Seattle area ranks among the top in the world for sexual exploitation of minors, according to Robin Schildmeyer of Genesis Project, an organization dedicated to protecting young women victimized by human trafficking. The organization provides a 24hour safe house, and estimates the average age of entry into prostitution is 13. Many of the victims are

runaways with a history of sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and poverty. Human trafficking is especially prevalent in Washington because of the state’s ports, said Sen. Tracey Eide (D-District 30). Both Eide and Schildmeyer were panel members at an awareness forum sponsored by Soroptimist International of Federal Way and

held in a packed council chambers Sept. 29 at City Hall. Eide introduces a resolution on the Senate floor every Jan. 11 for Human Trafficking Awareness Day. She and fellow Senate colleague Jeanne Kohl-Welles are staunch advocates for human trafficking victims in Washington. The state Legislature has been [ more TRAFFICKING, p. 9 ]

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The Washington State Department of Health announced that the sale and possession of pseudo-drugs such as “bath salts,� “Spice,� “K-2,� “plant food,� “Ivory Wave� and “White Lightning� is now illegal. The chemicals, which recently saw a rise in popularity and sales in tobacco stores and head shops, mimic the effects of cocaine, LSD, ecstasy and/ or methamphetamine. An Oct. 3 news release from the DOH indicates that “products containing synthetic marijuana (cannabinoids) or synthetic stimulants (substituted cathinones) are illegal under a ban by the state Board of Pharmacy.� The DOH notes that these substances are now classified as Schedule I controlled substances, which represents the strictest level of control and enforcement. According to the DOH, the Board of Pharmacy enacted two emergency bans starting in April to figure out how to combat the rising use of these chemicals. The ban will go into effect no later than Nov. 3, and “gives clear authority to law enforcement to prosecute for the manufacture, [ more BATH SALTS, page 7 ]

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Terry Home depends heavily on fundraising, along with county and state grants. The new facility will also need furnishings and landscaping donations. A dinner/auction fundraiser to benefit Terry Home will begin at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at Emerald Downs in Auburn with the theme “Building More Hope.� To learn more, call (253) 815-8633 or (253) 288-0135. Also visit www.terryhomeinc.org.

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Town Hall Meeting: “South King County has become a battleground for some gangs from other areas of the Puget Sound region. We must present a unified front – urban, suburban, and rural – to fight this growing problem.�

Who: Pete von Reichbauer, King County Councilman-moderator Dan Satterberg, King County Prosecutor Chief Deputy Steve Strachan, King County Sheriff’s Office Chief Brian Wilson, Federal Way Police Chief Bob Lee, Auburn Police

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had been deactivated. The reporting party said they did not have an account with Wells Fargo and was worried other people might be defrauded by these text messages. According to the report, police attempted to contact the numbers listed in the text messages, and received the message indicating the number is no longer in service. ti7JDUJNwBSSFTUFE At 7:19 a.m. Oct. 1 in the 2200 block of South Star Lake Road, a man called to report that someone had attempted to break into his vehicle. Police ran checks on vehicle’s license and discovered the “victim� had an active warrant from Olympia. The man was arrested and booked into King County Jail. t1JMMTTUPMFO At 11:42 a.m. Sept. 30, in the 32000 block of 20th Lane SW, the reporting party called to say a 96-count bottle of Vicodin had been stolen from her purse. The victim indicated she had left her apartment unattended and unlocked for a short period of time when she went outside to find her granddaughter. The victim said there was also $200 in her purse, which the thieves left alone. The police report indicates the victim is a cancer patient. t*USVOTJOUIFGBNJMZ  At 9:06 p.m. Oct. 1 in the 1700 block of South Commons, a young woman was detained in Sears for stealing a $9.50 pair of underwear. The girl’s stepfather came to pick her up. While there, police ran the stepfather’s name and discovered he had an active warrant in Seattle. The stepfather was arrested and transported to Seattle. Someone else came to pick up the girl.

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Supreme Court sides with former teacher High schools make Washington Post list initial hearing officer’s decision that FWPS had no grounds to terminate In an 8-1 decision, the WashingVinson in 2007, a decision the ton State Supreme Court sided district appealed and ultimately with former Federal Way got overturned by the State Public Schools teacher David NEWS Court of Appeals. Vinson. According to the Supreme Vinson was terminated Court’s decision, FWPS had from FWPS in 2007 following no grounds under state law a verbal altercation with former to appeal the hearing officer’s student Rebecca Nistrian at a local initial decision. The state law gives Taco Time, an incident in which individual employees the right to apboth parties traded vulgar insults. peal a hearing officer’s decision, but The state’s high court upheld an not an entity such as the district, the FROM STAFF REPORTS

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Dovey-Celski race is a big one The race between incumbent city council member Jack Dovey and challenger Bob Celski may not only be the most interesting of the council races, but it may have the most impact on Federal Way government. Dovey is a businessman and one of the veterans of the council. He has served off and on since 1995. He has been part of most major decisions affecting the community and can justifiably point to many city improvements during his tenure. He notes Celebration Park, improved police services and an updated sign code. He is a strong supporter of economic development and highlights the medical incubator, along with helping to bring events to the community. He supports the red light camera program and says it is having the desired effect. He believes his experience at this time is a valuable asset as the city struggles with its budget challenges. Dovey is a Republican, but views his responsibilities on the council as non-partisan. Even people who disagree with Dovey will say he is likable and reasonable. Dovey is a seasoned campaigner and will concentrate on doorbelling, mailings and signs. He expects to raise around $10,000 for his campaign. After many years in office, his name recognition should be very high. Dovey received a rating of “very good” from the Municipal League. He has been endorsed by the Affordable Housing Council, Casey Treat, Councilwoman Linda Kochmar and Mayor Skip Priest. If his campaign peaks at the right time, Bob Celski could be one of the more formidable opponents Dovey has encountered.

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The second part of the Oct. 1 column, “Hidden rewards of grant money in Federal Way,” does not accurately portray the positive efforts of Sen. Maria Cantwell in supporting the recent $807,345 COPS grant awarded to the Federal Way Police Department. The column concludes that Sen. Cantwell didn’t deserve credit for the grant award and misrepresents the position of Federal Way officials to support that thesis. At no time did editor Andy Hobbs

have a conversation with Police Chief Brian Wilson, as implied in the column. For the record, Sen. Cantwell supported Federal Way’s most recent successful COPS grant application and deserves full credit for her efforts to support public safety in Federal Way. After submitting the grant application this summer, city staff contacted the offices of all three congressional

Celski has some similarities to Dovey in party persuasion and fiscal conservatism, and both have business experience. But there are also differences. Celski supports economic development efforts, but opposed the Twin Developments project, which Dovey and a majority of the council patiently supported for many months. Celski also feels Dovey flip-flopped on his positions regarding the conversion from the council-manager to mayor-council form of government. Celski is a West Point graduate, and has been a petroleum manager and a small businessman. He describes his approach as an “analyst of facts.” Those who know him say he is likable and approachable. Celski recognizes that the city budget is tight, but wants the city to be known for excellence. He wants to improve the city image and would like to see better parks and ensure safety. Celski received a “good” rating from the Municipal League. He has been endorsed by Councilman Jim Ferrell and Federal Way School Board President Tony Moore. Celski is prepared to raise and spend $20,000 on his campaign and will put up signs, doorbell and send mailers. If Celski wins, it could signal a change in the mayor-council relationship. Dovey and Mayor Priest are close friends, and retiring Councilman Mike Park has also been allied with the mayor. Celski is close to Susan Honda, who is running to replace Park, and has Ferrell’s support. Dovey and Celski are good candidates. Dovey [ more ROEGNER page 5 ] Bob Roegner

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U.S. Postal Service workers nationwide are saying they don’t want a bailout — they just want to get the mail out. The agency has survived technological change from the telephone, telegraph, fax machine and the Internet, where people can send email instead of conventional letters. But the Postal Service, which lost $8.5 billion last year, is now struggling so much that it was unable to make a $5.5 billion payment due Sept. 30 (the end of the USPS fiscal year) to a federal retiree health care trust fund. Desperate to steer the agency from defaulting on its Of the 32,741 post employee pension obligations offices in the U.S., the Postal Service and to cut billions from its payroll, the Postal Service is is reviewing about 3,700 for possible proposing to cut Saturday mail delivery and close thou- closure — or nearly 10 percent. sands of post offices. More than 120,000 postal workers Thirty-nine of could also lose their jobs. those offices are in Of the 32,741 post offices Washington state. in the U.S., the Postal Service is reviewing about 3,700 for possible closure — or nearly 10 percent. Thirtynine of those offices are in Washington state. Congress should take emergency action now and stabilize the agency’s finances. During a rally Sept. 27 at congressional districts throughout the country, postal workers petitioned and informed people about House Bill 1351. The measure is in response to a 2006 congressional mandate that the Postal Service pre-fund future retiree health benefits for the next 75 years – and do so within a decade. That’s $5.5 million each September out of the agency’s operating budget for the health benefits of people who haven’t been born yet, according to the National Association of Letter Carriers. The bill would give the Postal Service access to the billions of dollars Congress forced it to set aside for pre-paid pension benefits. In an already-strained economy, it doesn’t make economic sense for an agency to provide such benefits to future workers. Alternatives to this bill are not in the best interest of residents, communities and local businesses, let alone the future of USPS. The agency is a centerpiece of a $1.3 trillion mailing industry that supports 8 million jobs. It’s time for Congress to protect those jobs by worrying about present — not future — workers.

To submit an item or photo for publication in The Mirror: email editor@federalwaymirror.com; mail attn Letters, Federal Way Mirror, 31919 1st Ave. S., Suite 101, Federal Way, WA 98003; fax (253) 925-5750. Letters may be edited for style, clarity and length. members and asked for support of the Federal Way application. All three offices responded positively and promptly, and helped our department successfully make the case that funding for the three police officer positions should be awarded. The tone and substance of that part of the column are unfortunate. When public officials successfully help local communi-

ties deal with pressing needs, they should be recognized for their efforts. Sen. Maria Cantwell, along with Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Adam Smith have each supported the 2010 and 2011 COPS grant awards, which together will result in seven more officers on the streets, keeping our community safer.

Chris Carrel, communication and grant coordinator, Federal Way

Editor’s note: The column referenced above was intended to illustrate that Cantwell’s involvement was not immediately obvious in the eyes of the grant’s recipients. The claims in the above letter were not communicated in the conversation between the column’s author and police officials. In the end, what really matters is that Federal Way police have more money to put more officers on the street. Because of the potential for unintended distractions in public discourse related to this matter, that portion [ more LETTERS page 5 ]


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Say no to male circumcision Amy Johnson’s sex ed column in The Mirror deals with a lot of issues, but one she continues to ignore is male circumcision, even after it has become a focus in the national media. Circumcision is plastic surgery usually done without a medical purpose. Why would you have your baby go through elective cosmetic surgery they cannot consent to? It’s not OK to force males to have this surgery that forever alters them; wait until they are older and can make a consenting choice for themselves. I would recommend checking out www. intactamerica.org.

Tyler Young, Federal Way

Keep Dovey on the city council With the qualified slate of candidates offering to be on Federal Way City Council, continuity with our newlyelected Mayor Skip Priest is considered a high priority. Councilman Jack Dovey has been supportive with positive action for the overall good of Federal Way. Several projects and community events where we have interacted with Jack Dovey have been representative of the best direction for this city and the new administration. Our vote is to keep Jack Dovey on the council for this next term to enable many areas of his government involvement to make it to the next level. It is a critical time for our city and Jack Dovey is an integral part of making the right things happen.

Bobby “Coach” Roach and Christopher Stone, Federal Way

Celski is right guy for council Having been a 27-year resident and a current Federal Way business owner, I have seen much brighter times for this city. I have watched as commercial buildings after commercial buildings go vacant and remain vacant for years with loss of jobs for our citizens which have not been replaced. Yes, we all have been

in hard times for the past few years, but I have seen the growth in retail and restaurant developments in Kent, Renton and other surrounding cities, while growth prospects in Federal Way have remained stagnant. What happened to the vision of a downtown core with retail shops and

www.federalwaymirror.com residential units above [ ROEGNER from page 4] them? An inviting city with pedestrian traffic and interesting places to meet as a community to enjoy and socialize? This is why I am supporting Bob Celski for Federal Way City Council position 5. I have known Bob Celski [ more LETTERS page 8 ]

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October 5, 2011 [5] difference. They have a similar philosophy, so study their positions and determine which is closer to yours — and try and attend the community debate tonight at Federal Way High School.

Federal Way resident Bob Roegner, a former mayor of Auburn: bjroegner@comcast.net.

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Grants help teachers adjust during their first year BY GREG ALLMAIN gallmain@fedwaymirror.com

Federal Way Public Schools’ well regarded

Beginning Teacher Assistance Program (BTAP) will continue to function at a high level, thanks to a $194,500 grant awarded

from the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The district announced Sept. 29 that without this

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additional funding in 201112, the “program would have had to operate with a much smaller budget and only support five first-year teachers.� A news release from the district indicates that the grant is a highly competitive one, with only five entities, two districts and three consortiums being awarded money from OSPI. In 2009-10, Federal Way schools received approximately $499,000 from OSPI, while in 2010-11, the amount was $158,200. The varying amounts are due to the continued budget issues at the state level, according to the district. The district notes that the grant is rewarded on program design and no other elements, such as free or reduced lunch participation — meaning it’s money that’s awarded on merit, and not necessarily need. “We know that the most influential element in the classroom is the teacher, and the more we provide purposeful, individual job-embedded support and appropriate professional development to educators, the more we improve learning,� said BTAP program admin-

istrator Francine Oishi. New teachers are supported According to the district, by BTAP by mentorships national statistics show with experienced teachers, that 50 percent of teachers classes specifically tailored leave the profession within to new teachers, and the the first five years. Here in opportunity to collaborate Washington, that rate is with those just setting off only 25 percent, the district on their teaching careers, said, because of programs according to the district. like Federal Way’s BTAP. “The classes helped me Outside of that, enormously,â€? said Truteacher retention is man High School incredibly imporEDUCATION teacher Cristy tant because it costs Ticeson. “Being in “$45,000 to hire a a group of ‘newbies’ new teacher and get helped me realize them established in the I was not alone‌ classroom,â€? according to the They put me with a mentor district. who learned about me, and Besides the financial I learned about him. He costs, hiring and then was there for me — for any quickly losing new teachers challenge I may have had. causes stress throughout His classroom was right school districts, making next door to me. He would it difficult for districts to come by and give me enhave a comprehensive couragement and praise.â€? and coherent “multiyear Lake Doloff teacher improvement plan,â€? while Stephanie Simmons said also making it difficult for monthly BTAP classes durmeaningful relationships ing her first year (2010-11) between teachers, students were invaluable, and that and their families. she looks forward to the Federal Way’s BTAP help the program provides “supports early career as she moves into her seceducators in their first two ond year. years of teaching and this “I am constantly learnyear can also support third ing,â€? she said. “And BTAP year teachers who are in a will be there to guide me new teaching assignment,â€? through my foundational thanks to the OSPI grant. years as a teacher.â€?

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Bath salts can cause increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, anxiety, hallucinations, paranoia, chest pains and other harmful effects. COURTESY PHOTO devil. Police investigated further, and discovered eight to nine empty packets of bath salts in the couple’s apartment. In July, police responded to a call of a young man who said he was being threatened by “shadowy figures with guns.� The young man admitted to police that he had used bath salts.

According to the Board of Pharmacy, bath salts are sold in smoke shops, head shops and over the Internet as legal alternatives to illegal drugs. The products contain cathinone chemicals that behave like methamphetamine or cocaine. The Board’s website also shares

that, like the real drugs of cocaine and meth, users often snort bath salts to get high. Spice and K-2, according to the website, “are a type of synthetic marijuana.� Manufacturers of the substance spray the chemical onto incense, according to the Board of Pharmacy.

The bans come in the wake of “reports of car crashes, self-mutilations, suicides and homicides linked to the use of these drugs,� according to the DOH. The potency and duration of these chemicals can vary greatly, according to the Board of Pharmacy, and

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engage in forced labor of a 16-year-old Afghan immigrant. Three men arranged for the girl to immigrate to the U.S. two years before when she was age 14. One of the men attempted to marry the girl, and was accused of sexually assaulting and beating her. During her time in the United States, the girl allegedly was forced to perform household chores for two other residents. “This is something as a police department that we can’t do alone,” said Police Chief Brian Wilson, one of the panel members at the forum. He noted the need for schools and social service agencies to assist law enforcement in finding both victims and perpetrators. Federal Way police have had success with prostitution sting operations, Wilson said. He described one operation in which detectives dressed as prostitutes and walked Pacific Highway South — sometimes attracting a line of two or three cars containing customers wait-

ing to negotiate services. In just a few hours, police nabbed more than a dozen potential johns that night, Wilson said. In fact, prostitution is so prevalent on Internet site Craiglist. org that an officer could make an arrest within any given two-hour window, Wilson said. “I’m very much in favor of going after the predators,” he said. In the South Sound area, Sisters Against Human Trafficking is an organization dedicated to raising awareness. At the Sept. 29 forum, Sister Donna Fread noted the minor success that came from a bus ad campaign. More than 20 buses in Pierce County displayed a message to “Stop the demand.” She described one case involving a pair of young girls held at an apartment in East Tacoma, where an adult woman advertised the girls online and set them up with men. “We are working to educate and make people curious about human trafficking,” Fread said, noting that her organization is

currently compiling a resource booklet to assist with victims. Chris Johnson, policy director for Attorney General Rob McKenna, credits the growing grass-roots support for allowing the state to “chip away” at human trafficking. A major victory against human trafficking came in 2009, when Seattle pimp DeShawn “Cash Money” Clark, 19, became the first person in Washington to be convicted of human trafficking. Clark was sentenced to 17 years in prison. Johnson noted that the Seattle Police Department offers training statewide for law enforcement agencies in dealing with human trafficking. He also praised current initiatives on the state and national levels, such as the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2011. “Where we are with human trafficking is where we were with domestic violence 30 years ago,” said Johnson during the forum. “We have a long way to go.”

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Volleyball: Time for a breakout season? BY CASEY OLSON sports@fedwaymirror.com

Heads up on TJ girls soccer team Pictured above: Senior Chelsa Jensen maneuvers the ball against Tahoma. Pictured right: Senior Lindsey Dahl nails a header against Tahoma. The game, held Sept. 29 in Federal Way, ended in a 1-1 tie. Sports contact: Casey Olson colson@federalwaymirror.com or (253) 925-5565

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Volleyball is not the first sport that comes to mind when you think about Federal Way. The school district has won multiple state championships in soccer, tennis, track and field and basketball, among others. But no Federal Way volleyball team has ever placed at a state volleyball tournament. Federal Way High School ended up with a third-place trophy back in 1978. The Eagles’ only other state tournament appearance came in 1988. Decatur has the most state tournament appearances in the district with six, compiling a 4-16 all-time record. Jefferson’s only state tournament came in 1984, when the Raiders went 2-2 and didn’t place. Beamer has never qualified. Recently, volleyball wins have been few and far between for the four Federal Way high schools. During the past three seasons, the programs at Beamer, Decatur, Jefferson and Federal Way have combined to win a grand total of 11 SPSL matches, which averages to just under one win a season for each team. The team that might change the winning volleyball drought this season could be Beamer — and their first-year coach, Patrick Taitano, expects nothing less. “I’ve been brought in to Beamer to change the culture of volleyball and build a successful program,” Taitano [ more VOLLEYBALL page 12 ]

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Todd Beamer The Todd Beamer Titans nabbed their first win of the 2011-12 season with a 21-18 win over Spanaway Lake on Sept. 29. The win moved Beamer to 1-2 in South Puget Sound League (SPSL) South play, and 1-3 overall on the season. Spanaway Lake got on the board first in the second quarter, when Marcus Thomas ran into the end zone from four yards out. Beamer answered with a 34-yard pass from Arjun Weherawattage to Willie Roach. After the Roach touchdown, the Sentinels edged back into the lead with a 26-yard

field goal. The Titans’ defense shut out Spanaway Lake in the third quarter, and edged ahead when Shawn Priggett ran for a touchdown from eight yards out.Marley Liulama scored the winning TD in the fourth quarter on a four-yard touchdown run. The Sentinels also got on the board in the fourth quarter, with Joe Martin scoring from a yard out, but it was not enough, as Beamer secured its first win of the season.

Federal Way The eighth-ranked Eagles remained perfect on the season with a close 28-26 win over Bethel on the road. Bethel jumped to a

14-0 lead in the first half behind SPSL South’s first place team. The runs from David Fontenette and Eagles remain the SPSL South’s Jeffrey Holder. Federal Way found only unbeaten team at 5-0. its way back into the game with Decatur a 14-point third quarter, after star running back The Gators scored often PREP SPORTS and early in their 36-7 D.J. May hit pay dirt on a 15-yard run. The second rout of Enumclaw. Decascore of the third quarter tur got on the board in the came on an 80-yard kick first quarter with a 13-yard return from the Eagles’ Zeke pass from Abraham FerrellMcNeal. Logan to Michael Klavuhn. Two Federal Way put another 14 touchdowns in the second quarter point up in the fourth quarter came on a 34-yard run and — on a 35-yard pass from Evan two-yard run from Curtis Havill, Elliott to Aaron Persinger and pushing Decatur even further a two-yard TD run from Rod ahead in the contest. Enumclaw’s Jones. Bethel added a safety in only score of the game came in the fourth quarter to close the the second quarter. Enumclaw’s gap, but could not overcome the Tyler Carson put the Hornets on

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the board. Klavuhn and FerrellLogan also connected again in the game on a 15-yard pass. Decatur improved to 4-1 on the season overall, and 1-0 in SPSL 3A play.

Thomas Jefferson The Raiders improved to 3-2 in SPSL North Play with a 42-30 win over Kent-Meridian on the road. TJ put up 34 points in the first half, digging an almost impossible hole for Kent-Meridian. The Royals tried to dig out of it with a 20-point third quarter, but the Raiders kept the game out of reach, answering with eight points in the fourth quarter. The Raiders stand atop the SPSL North, a game in front of Auburn.


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Tracking the grads: boys soccer team selection. Rowe finished the season Federal Way High School ranked third in the Pac-10 grad Kelyn Rowe is playing and second on the team in his sophomore year on the points (24), fourth in the UCLA men’s soccer team. Pac-10 and second on the This season, Rowe team in goals (sevhas started all nine en), and second UCLA games and in the conference has three goals and and first on the four assists for the team in assists (10). 5-3-1 Bruins, who Rowe also earned are ranked 16th in first-team NSCAA the nation. All-Far West and Rowe During his All-Pac-10 honors, freshman season at as well as first-team UCLA, Rowe finished with All-Rookie honors from seven goals and led the Top Drawer Soccer. Bruins with 10 assists. He Rowe was selected to the was named Pac-10 FreshUnited States U-20 World man of the Year. Rowe was Cup qualifying roster. He named to Soccer America’s played in the CONCACAF All-Freshman first-team Cup in Guatemala in spring and to the 2010 National and led the Americans with Soccer Coaches Associathree goals. Rowe has been tion of America (NSCAA)/ named to the Missouri Performance Subaru Men’s Athletic Club’s Hermann NCAA Division I AllTrophy Watch List for the American Team as a third2011 season.

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Federal Way native and Olympic medalist J.R. Celski swept the American Cup 1 last weekend, inclduing the 1,000-meter and 1,500-meter speedskating superfinal. The race was held at the Hardee’s Iceplex in Chesterfield, Mo. Sweeping all distances during the weekend, Celski finished atop the American Cup Overall Classification

with 4,000 points and was named to the 2011 Fall World Cup team. “It felt great to be back in competition this weekend,� said Celski in a news release. “I’m excited to be skating with the team again, and I look forward to making progress this season with them and hopefully we can win a lot of races.� The American Cup I is U.S. Speedskating’s qualifier for the first four World Cup meets. Full results from the American Cup 1 competition are posted online at usspeedskating.org.

[ VOLLEYBALL from p. 10] the bottom of the league,� said. “We are going to surprise some teams in the SPSL South this year.� The Titans return some very talented players in outside hitter Alexis Jones, junior Sophie Miller and sophomore libero Aliya Ranis. Senior Megan Stumpf is also making big contributions early in the season, along with 6-foot-1 sophomore Megan Huff and junior Chloe Mensching. The Titans have started the SPSL South season with a 1-1 record. Beamer lost to Puyallup in five tough games in their league opener before beating Bethel in four games on Sept. 27. “We will improve and knock on the door for fourth or fifth in the SPSL South, which would be a great accomplishment given that we commonly finish at

Taitano said. The Federal Way program also seems to be on the rise a bit. The Eagles snapped a six-year-long losing streak last year with a win over Bethel. The five-game victory ended a 62-match losing streak by Federal Way in the SPSL. Their last win had come in 2004. “I am looking forward to this year,� said third-year head coach Donja Walker. “The players worked really hard this summer and played a lot.� Walker returns seniors Televise Lologo and Maelynn Lautalo, along with juniors Luaipou Lologo and Autisia Westerlund. The Eagles have started the season 0-5, including a 3-1 non-league loss to Beamer. Kepa Cummings is hoping to turn things around at Decatur. The first-year

coach was hired after practice already began, just three days before the Gators played their first game of the season. “I have enjoyed watching them learn,� Cummings said. “They are a great bunch of ladies and we look forward to getting better and establishing Decatur volleyball as one of the better programs in the SPSL.� The Gators bring back three seniors in Kendall Jensen, Charisma Toilolo and Alisha Wilson, along with Chelsa Lea’e. Cummings will also count on newcomers A’yesia Rogers, Autumn Hopkins-Clayton, Jenny Fager, Paige Yount and Iesha Slack. “One of the strengths of this team is the camaraderie and friendship among the ladies,� Cummings said. “They are quick to encourage one another and not get down on each other.�

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Souper Supper: The Federal Way Community Caregiving Network will hold its 12th annual Souper Supper from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27

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